Through our Medical Student Education and Residency Programs, we provide students the opportunity to explore all the possibilities available in Family Medicine. We are a primary care specialty that provides relationship-centered care to patients of all ages and are a first contact for ongoing and preventative care.
Our research faculty and residents are involved in a variety of projects that influence the health of our patients and our community. We are a learning community with a robust infrastructure and key partnerships to design, implement, and evaluate innovations in Primary Care and Community Health.
Featured Department Podcast Series
The Mentors Podcast
The Mentors Podcast series is hosted by Dr. Cristian Fernandez Falcon, Assistant Professor/Clinical of Department of Family & Community Medicine and Director of Hospitalist Service and Family Medicine Residency Program. Every month The Mentors Podcast hosts conversations with mentors and leaders to discuss what makes a mentor, how do we get there ourselves, and learn from their experiences.
The Mentors Podcast: Episode 5: James Tysinger, PhD
January 6, 2022 12:00AM CST Online